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Speaker Pelosi, we’ve BEEN “in touch” about marijuana – will you do something NOW? | The NORML Stash Blog

I am the producer of The NORML Network, the host of the NORML SHOW LIVE and The NORML Stash Blog, and NORML's Outreach Coordinator. I'm married, live in Portland, Oregon, and I am a registered medical marijuana caregiver in this state. I've worked days as an IT geek and nights as a professional musician. Previously, I have been the host of my own political talk radio show on satellite radio. I've been the High Times "Freedom Fighter of the Month" and I travel across the country to educate people on marijuana reform. I've dedicated my life to bringing an end to adult marijuana prohibition and re-legalizing cannabis hemp, and I'm honored to be chosen by NORML to give voice to the Marijuana Nation and to speak for those who can't speak up.


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10 responses to “Speaker Pelosi, we’ve BEEN “in touch” about marijuana – will you do something NOW?”

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  3. Kelin Kreider

    Help stamp out terrorism and gangs, while creating millions of desperately needed jobs—- DECRIMINALIZE MARIJUANA . A regulated medicinal/recreational cannabis industry alone is worth multiple billions of taxed income.

    Beyond pot- 1000′s of other uses from paper and textiles to food and fuel. Raw materials for paper and construction, fabric for clothing, bio-fuels for energy, oils, etc…. All to be grown by American farmers, manufactured into products by American workers, sold world-wide, creating JOBS. MILLIONS OF REAL, LEGAL, NON-OUTSOURCED, TAX-PAYING, AMERICAN JOBS.
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    After 40 years, the U.S. War on Drugs has cost over $1 TRILLION and over 100,000 lives wasted? Drug use is rampant and violence widespread. Take the money off the black market. Drug plants (coca, poppy) cost less to grow than lettuce. The illegality makes the insane profits and corruption. No illegal money-No incentive.

    Protect children- get drugs off the streets- End the DRUG WAR. Re-legalize Cannabis. De-Glamorize hard drugs, put them in clinics with Doctors in sterile, clean, places, and offered treatment, not jail and drug courts. Bad, violent people, on drugs /alcohol or not, still go to jail, in now spacious prisons.

    A sensible drug policy would be the sane and safer approach and produce jobs.

  4. Tommy

    Our marijuana Laws in Florida ARE EXTREMELY HARSH. We need reform NOW, Marijuana is a plant that grows in large quantities and is spread throughout the US, like butter on toast. Now seeing as this plant is really an such “issue” and the system we are on at the moment isn’t working, then that must really tell you something. “If you can’t beat em, join em” We as a state should not only make it for medical use, because that will certainly bring you more problems, but tax it and regulate it. Because of the governments false information about marijuana people thought they were lying about heroin too. Will Guess what Government, You’ve just installed
    1 million heroin addicts into the system. That aside, what my point is is that we need to let people really know that true about how marijuana usage has only killed 0 people. Studies in other countries, who have marijuana form laws have shown a reduction in marijuana users, look it up yourself. I’m speaking my mind here today because I am truly upset with having to pay $1250 for .8 grams on weed. ARE YOU FUCKIN KIDDIN ME
    (POINT.8) MUST I BE MORE CLEAR seriously if you don’t call that corruption then i don’t know what is.

  5. Pot Head

    she should push it. marijuana has never killed anyone and is less harmful than hookah, which is entirely legal. there should be an age limit, like there is on alcohol. but it shouldn’t be completely illegal. too many people are busted for having something that truly isn’t that harmful.. it’s like the prohibition age. everyone was a criminal in the 1920s because everyone secretly had alcohol. the legalization of marijuana simply means less crime in america.

  6. Stuart Evans

    I sat down this evening to write out some thoughts on what Ms. Pelosi has (or has not) been doing in congress. I was pleasantly surprised to see that she supports marijuana reform. I was not surprised to see that it’s merely a quick talking point for her and she’s moved on to easier issues. I truly don’t care for Ms. Pelosi, but I do see her as someone who should have the influence to make these marijuana law changes a reality. After all, she just helped Mr. Obama spend $800 billion.

  7. timirefersed

    Give them a chance to catch up to us, they have a different time zone in D.C.!!!!

  8. Lane

    Our voice is still meek. 10K votes on Change.gov, 19K votes on Change.com. I’d bet my bottom dollar that there are more Medical MJ patients in CA than that. We still can’t seem to get out of the closet. Many of my friends refuse to get involved because of their wish to “keep low”. We have a golden chance in the next 2 years, but can we convince our cowardly brethren to find their voice? Laws are written by those who show up..
    Thanks Russ and NORML for helping me find my voice.

  9. Urb Age

    Are you saying Pelosi is our next target, with this question????? Or maybe you already sent this to her????

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